No! If is not you. It is the iSpot programmers. Clearly they have messed up spectacularly.
Why can one not find iSpot if one googles???
It has been suggested that it is just that Google has not had time to map all the pages.
But iSpot has been up as a new site for a month now. And still Google has not mapped the pages - even those that have been up for three weeks..
I suspect something has been done to stop Google from mapping the pages.
But now the brainwave: Why dont we get Google to do the searches on iSpot!!!!!
Ergo sum: what we have now. NO SEARCH EITHER. (i.e. no TRACKS, no CHANGES, no SEARCH).
A totally dysfunctional site!
What I dont understand is why they use Google for the dictionary search (the taxonomy tab). Surely it is merely the stem https://www.ispotnature.org/communities/ &the-community-of-the-user & "/species-dictionary/" with &Dictionary-number-of-the-community-dictionary &taxon-name
Quite trivial to code - so why bother with google at all?
Or is the new urls with the dictionary numbers too complicated?